Manuel Jimenez García is the co-founder and CEO of the robotic manufacturing and design brand Nagami, based in Avila, Spain, co-founder of Automated Architecture Ltd (AuAr), a design-tech consultancy based in London, and founder and principal of madMdesign, a computational design practice based in London. For more than a decade, Manuel has developed a large variety of projects focusing on computational design, automation and sustainable building methods, especially large-scale 3dprinting with recycled plastics. His work is part of the permanent collection of Centre Pompidou (Paris), and has been exhibited worldwide in venues such as Victoria & Albert Museum (London) Canada´s Design Museum (Toronto), The Design Museum (London), Royal Academy of Arts (London), Zaha Hadid Design Gallery (London) and Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Alongside his practice, Manuel is an Associate Professor in Architecture at The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL (London). He is programme director of MSc/MRes Architectural Computation (AC), and unit master of AD-RC4. Both part of The Bartlett B-Pro; in addition, he is also co-founder of UCL AUAR Labs and curator of Plexus, a multidisciplinary lecture series based on computational design.